There is no theme, but a lot of variety, this month. An article provided by Greenlight on insurance for students at university. Valerie Jackson has written about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, which could become on the UK’s scourges in the 21st century. Kathleen Mulvey has given a personal account of how training has changed her professional … Read more…
An article provided by Greenlight
Including a new residential care blog site, social work visits, the aftermath of crime, teddy bears and an anonymous staffing agency
What it is, what it does – to children and their carers
How training can develop careers and education can open the eyes
Should settled children be uprooted to meet parents’ wishes?
How recognition moulds relationships and identities
Unmeasurable and immeasurably important
A neutral stance is impossible for a participant observer.
Spencer Millham, Roger Bullock and Paul, Cherrett (1975) After Grace, Teeth: A Comparative Study of Residential Experience of Boys in Approved Schools London Human Context 0 903137 11 9 Following his successful collaboration with Royston Lambert, head of the Social Research Unit at King’s College, Cambridge, in a sociological study of boarding schools (Lambert and … Read more…
Methodologies, ethics, techniques – it’s all there.
Learning from the past: systems change, but do the children?